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# Multi-step Problems Game: U-Know | Review 4th Grade Math {4.OA.3}

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### Description

Multi-step problems can be fun to learn and practice when you let students practice with this engaging game that will make problem-solving something students WANT to do! Also, featuring word problems in which students must interpret the remainder.

Works great for math centers / stations, early finishers, or small groups. Students will be begging to practice with this activity! I’ve had many students ask to play at recess and even lunch!

What do you get?

• U-Know Cards (Color): 56 color cards with problems for students that review multi-step problems. {4.OA.3} OR anyone that needs more practice with multi-step problems!
• U-Know Cards (Print Friendly): 56 black and white cards with problems for students that review multi-step problems. {4.OA.3} OR anyone that needs more practice with multi-step problems!
• Direction Sheet: Step by step instructions for playing the game
• "Types of Special Cards" sheet: A page explaining how the special cards work. (Draw 2, Skip, Reverse, and Wilds)
• Answer Key: One page with all of the answers for each card listed.
• Accountability Pages: Pages for students to record answers. Available with both grids and no grids.
• Back of Cards Design: Print on the backs of the cards to make them double-sided.

Types of Cards {Click on "preview" above to see types of questions for each}

• Cards featuring a variety of multi-step word problems using all operations that students must solve
• Cards featuring a word problem and students must create an expression to solve
• Cards featuring a multi-step expression and students must solve for x
• Cards featuring division problems in which students must determine that the solution is the quotient and they need to drop the remainder
• Cards featuring division problems in which students must determine that the remainder is the solution
• Cards featuring division problems in which students must determine that the solution is to add one to the quotient

What is U-Know?

U-Know is a fun and engaging card game where students practice topics in a repetitive way. I also use U-Know in math stations throughout the year to spiral concepts for students. U-Know comes in MANY topics! So, once students learn the game, it will become a self-run station!

U-Know is played with students matching color/number to the card the previous player put down. Once they put their card down, they must read and answer. If correct, play moves on. If incorrect, theplayer draws 2 new cards and play moves on. Students check answers with the included answer key.

If you like this game, be sure to check out my whole line of U-KNOW Games!!!

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Solve multistep word problems posed with whole numbers and having whole-number answers using the four operations, including problems in which remainders must be interpreted. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding.